traverselegal - September 23, 2015 - FAA Section 333 Exemption
DroneLaw.Pro is a new website offered by the drone and UAV attorneys at Traverse Legal, PLC. The commercial use of drones is exploding. The FAA recently began the process of allowing companies to start flying drones for commercial purposes as long as they have a section 333 exemption. The Federal Aviation Administration regulations concerning drones can be complicated. The paperwork required to obtain an FAA exemption is confusing.
Traverse Legal has been representing companies in the new and emerging tactile technology space for over 20 years. We have experienced drone attorneys and UAV industry professionals on staff ready to assist companies that want to start flying drones for business purposes. Companies are using drones in agriculture, movie and film, real estate, inspections, aerial photography and videography, napping, search and rescue and many other uses. Flying drones legally is important for the development of this new and emerging UAV market. It will likely be sometime before the FAA finishes its proposed regulations for small drones. Until those regulations are completed, you have to get permission from the FAA if you want to fly commercially. This is an exciting opportunity for many business owners who want to be on the bleeding edge of this rapidly expanding market. Drones do more than take great photographs and videos. There are many practical uses for drones buy companies both large and small. Using drones to inspect power lines, industrial facilities, oil rigs and construction sites are but a few examples where drones can add efficiency and reduce cost.
Here are some resources which will help you understand holiday qualified drone attorney can help you launch your commercial drone operation.
If you are your company are looking to incorporate drones into your business model, feel free to give us a call. We will help you understand whether or not you are a candidate for a section 333 exemption, how does the 333 exemption process works and how long it will take to get you permission from the FAA to fly drones for business.